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October 19, 5:11 PM [GMT -5]

I just completed building this project. The construction of it was very easy. I modified it just slightly by rounding off the front corner on the flat 2x6 that holds the half sheets and did the same with the dividers in an effort to increase the safety of not catching a corner. The usable space within the divider area after you subtract out the width of the 2x6's is 30" so I split the four ports up 10 1/2", 8 1/2", 6 1/2" & 4 1/2" to allow some versatility. Also, be sure to put the locking wheel close to the edge of the project.

I have some shelving I made from 3/4' particle board with notched 2x4's for support that run the length of the side wall of my garage with each storage area 4' wide & 2' high. Screw lengths of 1x2 into the studs along the wall for support & cut particle board 16" wide. I replaced one of the 2x4 supports with a 2x8 and attached the Handtman Plywood Rack to it. The Rack only comes out 18" and I'm still able to utilize all of my storage space, putting less used items behind the Rack that can still be accessed easily. This Plywood Rack is an outstanding addition to my workshop. TY Handyman!

October 16, 3:02 PM [GMT -5]

Storing sheet goods on edge is not a good idea. It will bow & be very difficult to work with. At least in the humid climate I live in. Storing flat is the only way to go, I have built racks suspended from my garage rafters to store my piece goods with much better success.

October 08, 8:04 AM [GMT -5]

This is the best plywood rack I ever came across. It was easy to build and it's so versitle.

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